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Replace tax - Gov't document: GCT on petroleum products could boost export sector

rA GOVERNMENT of Jamaica document has said that Jamaica's export sector could benefit if Jamaica abandons the policy of charging Special Consumption Tax (SCT) on petroleum products, replacing it instead with General...

Phillips' budget targets

TAXPAYERS WILL today listen keenly to hear whether Finance and Planning Minister Dr Peter Phillips' earlier pronouncement that the Govern-ment has no plans to impose new taxes this fiscal year holds true, when he opens the Budget Debate.Phillips told...

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I cried every night - Blake

"Every night I cried".In April 2013, months before the IAAF World Championships in Athletics, then world 100m champion Yohan Blake limped off the National Stadium Mondo in clear pain, while competing in a 100m at the University of Technology...

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Business»

Minott develops own coffee brand, drops Wallenford

Jamaica Standard Products Company Limited (JSP) has rebranded its former Wallenford Blue coffee products to Island Blue at a cost of $20 million and is now exploring new sales strategy to grow business.General Manager John Minott said export sales ...

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Commentary»

Faith in Jesus saves us

Tomorrow is Good Friday, when many Chris-tians remember the death of Jesus, the Christ, who died on behalf of sinful humans so that we can experience forgiveness and be made right with God.

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Food»

Fine Chefs on Show

Last Wednesday, the scenic gardens beyond the lobby area of The Jamaica Pegasus hotel revealed a showcase designed to delight and excite the taste buds.The third annual Chefs on Show fundraiser hosted by the Culinary...

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Social»

Celebrating Easter with St Bess

The St Elizabeth Homecoming Foundation (SEHF), one of Jamaica's leading not-for-profit community-based NGOs, will stage the annual St Bess Easter Celebrity Brunch on Sunday, April 20....

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International»

Gov't censors clerics

CAIRO (AP):In his weekly sermon, Muslim cleric Ali Abdel-Moati preached to his congregation in a southern Egyptian city about the evils of making hasty judgements.

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